Well it is sort of like this – – – If your sponsor companion does not list you for a flight - then when you show up at the airport to check-in there will be NO RECORD of a listing.So that is not so bad for the employee or retiree since that person just goes to the kiosk in front of the baggage/ticket counter and punches in allthe employee data and makes a listing. Now in your case unless the employee sponsor provides you with all the data to make a listing you simplycan not check-in and fly. So have your sponsor make the listing in advance. Then when you arrive at the airport just go to the kiosk to retrieveyour listing and SEAT REQUEST BOARDING CARD that will be on file.In essence "No Listing - No Check-in - No Travel" Do not pass go (security) "No Boarding (Seat Request Card)" your pass to get thru security toget to the gate and try your luck on standby !rma
Keep in mind that you want to keep the ticket agents work to a minimum. If you didn't list yourself, someone else has to do it for you. Because you can't go pass security without a boarding pass (a boarding pass request card, in your case), the ticket agent who already has a lot to do will have to list you. It's always better to have your friend/family who is an employee list you, at the same time, you will be told of your chance to get on your flight. Imagine if you're running late to the airport, and you have to get in line to have yourself listed….. All can be avoided if you are already listed.